Nokia will give pure and always up-to-date Android in South Africa
Pure, because Nokia smartphones use a version of Android as close to the one Google releases for its own devices. It doesn’t “reskin” it, load its own apps, or customise it in any way. Secure, as Nokia can release the latest security updates from Google to its devices as they are released.
Many Android manufacturers in South Africa have promised regular updates and feature upgrades, but none have truly delivered.
This is the way to go, and judging by Nokia's sales performance in the last quarter of 2017 it looks very successful.
|Nokia will give pure and always up-to-date Android in South Africa
HMD Global aims to offer affordable smartphones that run on the latest version of Android.